This is the The North Carolina Channel TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Hot Springs Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|11:30 AM||Story in the Public Square |
Nearly six million American children live in poverty. Lenette Azzi-Lessing dissects the reasons and the profound implications for these children as they grow, and the consequences for all in the world's richest country.
|12:00 PM||Carolina Outdoor Journal |
Tips on hunting, fishing and game cooking in North Carolina.
|12:30 PM||Fishing Behind the Lines |
Part 1. Don Meissner and Marine veteran, Justin Walts, team up to take Lindsey Neumann fishing for largemouth bass and tiger muskie on Hyde Lake near Theresa, N.Y. As the day progresses, she learns how to be a pro-angler.
|1:00 PM||Song of the Mountains |
Blue Mafia; and Ralph Stanley II and the Clinch Mountain Boys.
|2:00 PM||David Holt's State of Music |
Fiddler Bruce Molsky and bluegrass group Balsam Range are featured in the Season 1 finale.
|2:30 PM||Bluegrass Underground |
Josh Ritter is spotlighted.
|3:00 PM||Songs at the Center |
Bruce Cockburn is spotlighted.
|3:30 PM||The Songwriters |
Ken Paulson interviews Jeffrey Steele, who shares the advice that changed his songwriting trajectory.
|4:00 PM||Austin City Limits |
St. Vincent performs in the Season 17 premiere.
|5:00 PM||PBS NewsHour Weekend new |
|5:30 PM||Ncimpact |
|6:00 PM||Black Issues Forum |
A series of panel discussions addressing issues concerning the black community.
|6:30 PM||Blackademics Television |
An educational anthropologist on Afro-Brazilian's education activism; an Obama White House staffer on career advancement with allies, advocates and investors; and a curriculum expert on rethinking the role of black history in American schools.
|8:00 PM||Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise - American Masters |
A profile of Dr. Maya Angelou (1928-2014), best known for "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings," her autobiography. Included: her early years in the Depression-era South.
|10:00 PM||Reel South |
The debate over Confederate monuments in New Orleans.
|10:30 PM||Reel South |
A young New Orleans rabble-rouser faces his mortality through comedy and advocacy.
|11:00 PM||Ncimpact |
|11:30 PM||Muse |
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